Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: anga

  anga—body    SB 9.10.6-7, Adi 5.187, Adi 17.14, Adi 17.15, Madhya 4.160, Madhya 8.269, Madhya 8.287, Antya 4.190, Antya 10.72, Antya 14.95 (and more...)
  anga—the body    Madhya 2.6, Madhya 3.122, Madhya 3.142, Madhya 14.169, Madhya 17.222, Antya 4.189, Antya 4.201, Antya 14.97
  anga—O King    SB 1.13.45, SB 2.2.15, SB 5.6.18, SB 8.4.25, SB 8.12.29-30, SB 8.20.30, Adi 13.77
  anga—of the body    SB 5.3.3, Adi 4.77, Madhya 2.33, Madhya 17.196, Antya 5.38
  anga—bodies    SB 1.15.20, SB 6.7.19, Madhya 17.35, Antya 18.90
  anga—O Maharaja Pariksit.    SB 2.2.31, SB 8.7.10, SB 8.7.19, SB 10.9.19
  anga—limbs    SB 3.31.3, Adi 3.72, Adi 3.81, Adi 17.5
  anga—limb    Adi 6.24, Adi 6.25, Adi 6.31
  anga—O Suta Gosvami    SB 1.1.13, SB 1.16.7, SB 2.3.25
  anga—O Narada    SB 2.6.34, SB 2.7.18, SB 2.7.43-45
  anga—part    SB 3.1.23, Adi 6.37
  anga—O Vidura    SB 3.2.22, SB 3.6.36, SB 3.13.33
  anga—my dear Vidura    SB 3.8.7, SB 4.13.19-20, SB 4.17.9
  anga—O Uddhava    SB 3.1.27, SB 3.1.28
  anga—O dear Vidura    SB 3.18.1, SB 3.20.48
  anga—My dear mother    SB 3.27.30, SB 3.32.38
  anga—O Dhruva    SB 4.10.30, SB 4.12.26
  anga—O My dear son    SB 6.4.51, SB 9.15.41
  anga—my dear King    SB 6.18.2, SB 9.6.33-34
  anga—the whole body    Adi 5.189, Madhya 2.6
  anga—parts of the body    Adi 6.38, Adi 13.116
  anga—parts    Adi 9.33, Madhya 23.60
  anga—O Krsna    Madhya 24.56, Antya 17.31
  anga—O    SB 1.4.11
  anga—O my dear    SB 1.5.19
  anga—O Vyasadeva    SB 1.5.26
  anga—left side of the body    SB 1.14.11
  anga—O Bhima    SB 1.14.12
  anga—O my boy    SB 1.18.43
  anga—symptoms    SB 1.19.28
  anga—O Brahma    SB 3.9.38
  anga—O demigods    SB 3.15.22
  anga—O Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 3.15.48
  anga—O dear one    SB 3.17.29
  anga—O dear Saunaka    SB 3.19.38
  anga—dear great sage    SB 4.1.31
  anga—my dear boy    SB 4.8.23
  anga—my dear son    SB 4.11.9
  anga—my dear Dhruva    SB 4.11.29
  anga—dear Dhruva    SB 4.12.7
  anga—O Priyavrata    SB 5.1.13
  anga—my dear Priyavrata    SB 5.1.15
  anga—my dear friend    SB 5.2.13
  anga—by the limbs of yogic practice    SB 5.18.37
  anga—O Hiranyakasipu    SB 7.4.2
  anga—O dear King    SB 7.4.13
  anga—my dear Yudhisthira    SB 7.8.15
  anga—My dear child    SB 7.10.22
  anga—O Lord Siva    SB 8.12.38
  anga—my dear King Pariksit    SB 8.20.25-29
  anga—Vedic education    SB 8.21.2-3
  anga—O Hariscandra    SB 9.7.10
  anga—Anga    SB 9.23.5
  anga—my dear brother    SB 10.4.6
  anga—associates    Adi 3.60
  anga—plenary parts    Adi 3.65
  anga—of the limbs    Adi 4.202
  anga—bodily    Adi 4.245
  anga—however    Adi 8.19
  anga—limbs of the body    Adi 8.23
  anga—whole body    Madhya 7.141
  anga—the bodies    Madhya 8.42
  anga—on the chest of Visnu    Madhya 8.78
  anga—of his body    Madhya 11.158
  anga—bodies.    Madhya 15.21
  anga—the limbs of the body    Madhya 21.105
  anga—portion    Madhya 22.134
  anga—portions    Madhya 22.134
  anga—a part    Madhya 22.145
  anga—O my dear Krsna    Antya 4.64
  anga—My body    Antya 10.87
  sri-anga—of the transcendental body    Madhya 10.41, Madhya 10.147, Madhya 24.49
  anga-sabde—by the word anga    Adi 3.71, Adi 6.22
  krsna-anga—of the transcendental body of Krsna    Madhya 21.135, Antya 19.92
  krsna-anga—the body of Krsna    Antya 15.21, Antya 15.22
  radha-anga—of the body of Srimati Radharani    Madhya 8.287, Antya 15.47
  sa-anga—along with associates    Adi 3.52, Madhya 11.100
  sa-anga—with associates    Madhya 20.342, Antya 20.10
  sarva-anga—all over the body    SB 3.31.7, Adi 17.46
  anga calaite—to move My body.    Antya 10.86
  anga haite—from his body    Madhya 7.137
  anga ughadiya—exposing part of her body    Antya 3.111
  anga-sabde—by the word anga, or limb    Adi 3.68
  anga-sabdera—of the word anga    Adi 3.67
  anga-cestah—engaging the bodily energy    Madhya 11.29-30
  anga-gandha—bodily fragrance.    Antya 15.46
  anga-gandhe—the scent of the body    Antya 3.233
  anga-jam—his son    SB 4.9.42-43
  anga-jam—dirty things or infections of the body    SB 5.18.11
  anga-jah—born from the body    SB 4.8.38
  anga-jah—assisting hands    SB 2.5.15
  anga-jah—sons    SB 5.9.1-2
  anga-kanduyanam—as pleasing scratching of the body    SB 8.7.10
  anga-kanti—bodily effulgence.    Adi 2.15
  anga-kanti—the bodily rays    Madhya 20.159
  anga-kantye—by the beauty of the body    Antya 3.232
  anga-mukha—bodies and faces.    Adi 4.191
  anga-prabha—bodily effulgence    Adi 2.6
  anga-pratima—the form of the Supreme Lord (there are many forms, but Krsna is the original form)    SB 10.12.39
  anga-samsraya—although she is always the better half of the Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 10.9.20
  anga-sanga—by touching of the bodies    Antya 18.25
  anga-sangamam—contact of his body    SB 9.4.18-20
  anga-sangamam—bodily contact such as embracing or touching the lotus feet    Madhya 22.137-139
  anga-sangah—bodily union    SB 3.23.10
  anga-sangat—by embracing    SB 4.9.48
  anga-sangat—by bathing in the Ganges water    SB 9.9.6
  anga-seva—taking care of the body    Adi 10.141
  anga-sparsa—touch of the body    Antya 18.49
  anga-upanga—plenary portions and parts    Adi 3.73
  anga-valaya—on the sphere of His body    SB 5.25.5
  anga-vepah—bodily trembling    SB 2.7.24
  anga-abhase—bodily reflection    Adi 5.66
  ananta anga—unlimited parts    Madhya 23.62
  antah-anga—internal    Adi 2.101
  bahih-anga—external    Adi 2.102
  bahu anga-sadhana—execution of many processes of devotional service.    Madhya 22.135
  bhakta-anga—the bodies of the devotees    Madhya 12.139
  bhasmibhuta-anga—by the body which had been burnt to ashes    SB 9.9.13
  catuh-sasti anga—sixty-four parts    Madhya 22.127
  sri-anga—His body    Adi 3.64
  sri-anga—My transcendental body    Madhya 4.38
  sri-anga—the body    Madhya 4.60
  sri-anga—the body of the Deity    Madhya 4.62
  sri-anga—the transcendental body of the Deity    Madhya 4.63
  sri-anga—the transcendental body    Antya 17.18
  sri-anga-gandhe—the aroma of the transcendental body    Antya 19.88
  sri-anga-sanga—association with the transcendental body.    Antya 17.18
  cape anga—pressed the body    Antya 10.91
  dui anga—two limbs of the Lord    Adi 5.146
  ei panca anga—these five limbs    Madhya 22.129
  girah anga-vat—voices exactly like theirs    SB 10.13.19
  haratah anga-tapam—decreasing all the miserable conditions of the body    Madhya 24.52
  karmera anga—subject to fruitive activities    Madhya 25.50
  krsna-anga—the bodily features of Krsna    Madhya 21.138
  krsna-anga-gandha—the aroma of Krsna's body    Antya 15.43
  krsna-anga-gandha—the scent of Krsna's body.    Antya 19.96
  ka stry anga te slokera—of the verse beginning with the words ka stry anga te    Antya 20.132
  kanta-anga—with the body of the beloved    Antya 15.44
  lata-anga-alingitanam—which are embraced by the limbs of creepers    SB 5.24.10
  mana ara anga—mind and body.    Antya 9.5
  mat-anga—My body    SB 7.10.22
  mukhya anga—the primary part    Adi 6.22
  mukhya anga—the chief principle.    Madhya 22.83
  nija-anga—of His own body    Adi 5.96
  nija-anga—Her personal body    Madhya 8.178
  nija-anga—personal body    Madhya 12.138
  nija-anga—own body    Madhya 19.232
  nija-anga—from His own personal body    Madhya 20.286
  panka-anga-raga-rucirau—whose beautiful transcendental bodies were covered with muddy cow dung and urine    SB 10.8.23
  patni-anga-nasam—the destruction of the body of his wife    SB 4.4.1
  prabhu-anga cate—began to lick the body of the Lord    Madhya 17.198
  pulaka-anga—the entire body quivering in joy    Madhya 16.104
  pulaka-anga—eruptions on the body    Antya 17.16
  ratha-anga—the wheel of a chariot    SB 2.2.8
  ratha-anga—and by the wheels of the chariots    SB 8.10.38
  ratha-anga—a disc like the wheel of a chariot    Madhya 24.156
  ratha-anga-panau—the representative of the Lord    SB 1.18.43
  ratha-anga-paneh—of Lord Krsna, who bears in His hand the wheel of a chariot    SB 1.3.38
  sa-anga—along with supplementary parts    SB 7.12.13-14
  sa-anga—accompanied by personal expansions    Madhya 6.103
  sarva anga—all different parts of the body    Adi 13.116
  sarva-anga—in all respects    SB 3.25.14
  sarva-anga—all parts of the body    Antya 14.97
  sarva-anga-ramyaya—the form that pleases everyone by all parts of the body.    SB 9.24.63-64
  sarva-anga-sparsana—touching the whole body.    Madhya 18.62
  sva-anga—his limbs    SB 3.31.9
  sva-anga-kara-nyasah—mental assignment of the eight parts of the body and twelve parts of the hands    SB 6.8.4-6
  sva-anga-visesa-abhasa-rupe—in the form of a specific shadow from His personal body    Madhya 20.273
  svaka-anga-nalina-astake—on all eight different lotuslike parts of the body (face, navel, eyes, palms and feet)    Antya 19.91
  sadhana-anga-sara—the essential parts of the practice of devotional service.    Madhya 22.114
  tat-anga—his body    SB 4.9.49
  tina-anga-bhange—with three bends in the body    Madhya 14.190
  tvat-anga-jam—produced from your body.    SB 4.4.23
  tanra anga—of his body    Madhya 20.55
  upa-anga—devotees    Madhya 6.103
  upacita-anga-daksinaih—with all prescribed paraphernalia and contributions of daksina to the brahmanas    SB 9.4.22
  vajra-kuta-anga—body like a great mountain    SB 3.13.29
  veda-anga—of the transcendental body of the Supreme Personality of Godhead    Madhya 21.50
  vena-anga—from the body of King Vena    SB 4.16.2
  vithi anga—the part is called vithi    Antya 1.185
  viracita-anga-kriyesu—in which the supplementary rites were performed    SB 5.7.6
  vividha-anga—varieties of limbs (regulative principles)    Madhya 22.114
  yat-anga-jam—the daughter of whom    SB 4.4.30
  anga-upanga—plenary parts and associates    Adi 3.67

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